Spent 75-mm howitzer shells piling up outside the besieged city Myitkyina, Burma, mid-1944; note M1 carriage

Caption   Spent 75-mm howitzer shells piling up outside the besieged city Myitkyina, Burma, mid-1944; note M1 carriage ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 5 Jan 2008



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1. Commenter identity confirmed Alan Chanter says:
14 Jan 2008 02:12:42 AM

One if a pair of 75s sent by Brigadier-General Frank Merrill to support Galahad force. The guns and their crews arrived at Hsamshingyang in early April and were soon in action in support of the 2nd Battalion. They were manned by a detachment of gunners from the 98th Field Artillery Battalion from New Guinea. Note that the normal wheels with pneumatic tyres have been replaced by local wooden ones.

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